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||IMDB Rating: 5.2/10 from 143 votes
||Release: 22 October 2004 (Brazil) /
||Director: Eric Werthman,
||Stars: Angela Forrest, Blake Robbins, Brian Keane, Geno Lechner, Jared Evan, Klara Landrat, Marguerite Stimpson, Martha Millan, Mary Elizabeth King, Miho Nikaido, Richard Eagan, Roger Rees, Tyler Q. Rosen, Wendy Scharfman
||Synopsis: Peter, a married psychotherapist, and Suzanne, a professional dominatrix, have been engaged in an affair of sensual dominance and submission in an S&M dungeon where they must abide by the rules. Now, those rules are about to be broken when they agree to see each other on the outside. As Peter becomes increasingly obsessed with the troubled Suzanne, they embark on a sordid psychosexual journey into their tortured pasts through their most carnal desires.
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We have a therapist Peter, who is lost, and a mistress Suzanne who is
emotionally constipated and a little bitter. Whether Peter is a
successful therapist or not, who knows, the movie is cliché free,
nothing is being force-fed to the audience. We're shown a real man, a
man who like all of us was a child and had to grow up. Only Peter
dreams of rebirth, that is what his sessions with Suzanne are all
about. He gives up the reins in an acknowledgement that he has not got
whatever it was he was looking for (not necessarily success, which is
the cliché most American movies use), and he's willing to let someone
else take over. He wants help, the way his mother helped him overcome
his stutter when he was a child.
Suzanne is an outsider, a girl with a foreign accent who became a
pariah at school after fellating a boy who then told the whole school.
Hers is a fantasy of control, and of detachment, a kind of revenge.
The movie is a pavane, slow, delicate, intriguing, melancholy. A
subplot which could be easily missed is Peter's daughter, who we never
really see up close. She sends a postcard from Venice, a beautiful
black and white photograph of the Bridge of Sighs. In the final shot of
the movie she is paddling a bright yellow canoe up and down the river,
at a distance. So what we have here is a man becoming a statue, slowly
crystallising, the potentialities of life disappearing, clearly
counterpointed by the life of his daughter. "Isn't it funny...", he
said, "how once they tell you everything, and now they tell you
nothing." Going Under is a very quiet film, there are no pop culture
references, no special effects, no regurgitation. It takes place in an
anonymous America, a place devoid of national sentiment. The movie is
commenting on two individuals, not the state of the nation, and really
not the BDSM community (we are shown a scene in a bar that really
juxtaposes what goes on in the community generally to what is going on
with out characters specifically, which is quite different). Quite how
such a personal film ever got made I don't know, but I salute the
filmmaker Eric Werthman for this attempts.
It is clear that some of the movie-making is not professional, one
example being that you can hear Suzanne and Peter talking in a car when
the doors are closed and the camera is outside, this is a paradoxical
sort of a scene where the status of the camera as interloper is
compromised. Also the acting is not always wholly capable. But I think
that the suspension of disbelief is never quite compromised.
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, Blake Robbins
, Brian Keane
, Geno Lechner
, Jared Evan
, Klara Landrat
, Marguerite Stimpson
, Martha Millan
, Mary Elizabeth King
, Miho Nikaido
, Richard Eagan
, Roger Rees
, Tyler Q. Rosen
, Wendy Scharfman
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